Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson has written many songs and recorded albums such as
"Shotgun Willie",
"Phases And Stages",
"Red Headed Stranger" and
"Wanted: The Outlaws".

Around 1978, Willie launched his acting career playing roles in several films, including "Red Headed Stranger",
"Honeysuckle Rose",
"Pair of Aces",
"Electric Horseman",
"Stagecoach" - and many more.

Willie Nelson has also done television acting and cameo appearances. Nelson's most recent acting work includes a reoccurring role on "Doctor Quinn, Medicine Woman", a guest appearance on "Nash Bridges", and a role in 1997's "Wag The Dog".

Since then, Willie has continued along the road of stardom, continually producing new hits.

In the early eighties, Nelson began preforming duets with such diverse talents as Bob Dylan, Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Neil Young, and many others. His success and popularity has withheld strongly into the 1990s.

In 1993, Nelson's 1983 song "On The Road Again" was used in the critically acclaimed soundtrack to the movie "Forrest Gump".

The 90s have also seen the introduction of many great Nelson albums, such as "Across The Borderline", "Moonlight Becomes You", and "Just One Love".

Willie has agreed to support IPPSO, to which we are very grateful!

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